LESLIE, Mo., — An Owensville teenager has been issued a Franklin County court summons for allegedly contributing to the delinquency of minors after deputies broke up an underage drinking party Jan. 5 near Leslie.
Franklin County Sheriff Gary F. Toelke reported the communications department received an 8 p.m. report of “a peace disturbance and vehicles parked without permission on private property near the 6300 block of Highway CC in Leslie.
“Upon arrival, deputies observed an estimated 30 people at a gathering with alcohol and individuals drinking alcohol that were under age. During the investigation there were three summonses issued for minors visibly intoxicated and one summons issued to an 18- year-old male from Owensville, Mo., for contributing to the delinquency of minors. One individual charged was 14-years-old and another 15. They will be referred to the Franklin County Juvenile Office.”
Toelke said Dylan N. Abernathy was cited in a summons for allegedly contributing to the delinquency of minors. “The deputies said they didn’t arrest him but gave him a citation due to a medical issue,” said Toelke.
Abernathy was seriously injured last fall when he was shot in the leg during an altercation with a friend at the home of the friend’s father in St. Clair.
Toelke said the property where the party was being held belonged to one of Abernathy’s relatives. The property owner was not identified.
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